Summary: This is the first of three sermons in a series that takes a biblical look at dealing with the storms of life.
Who Do You Trust in Life’s Storm’s?
I. Can You Trust God When You in Extreme Suffering?
A. Life’s storm attacked Job financially (Job 1:13-17)
The Storms will:
• Check where our treasure is located
• Check who our master is in reality
B. Life’s storm attacked Job’s family ( Job 1:18-22)
C. Life’s storm attacked Job’s fitness (Job 2:7-8)
D. Life’s storm caused an attack on Job’s face (Job 4:7)
1. His character was called into question
2. His righteousness was called into question
II. Can You Trust God When You are Forsaken? ( Job 19:14, 19)
A. Job was forsaken by his remaining family (Job 2:9)
Two Things to Remember:
• His wife had lost everything also
• The devil will use those closest to us at times to bring us down
B. Job was forsaken by his friends (Job 4-37)
1. He was forsaken by their bad counsel
2. He was forsaken by their accusations
C. Job was faithful while being forsaken (Job 19:25-27)
III. Can You Trust God in the Darkness of Life’s Storms?
A. Job did not understand the darkness of this storm (Job 23:8-9)
B. Job desired a reason from God (Job 23:2-5)
C. Job stood faithfully on God even in darkness (Job 23:10-12)
IV. What Did Job Discover in Life’s Storm?
A. He discovered God’s supreme sovereignty in life (Job 38:3-7)
B. He discovered God’s staying sufficiency in life (Job 42:5)
C. He discovered God’s supplying sympathy (Job 42:10-15)